Why did Wang Lin show up in Ikebukuro wearing an “apple-colored, belly-buttoned look”?
FRIDAY Eyewitness! Harikomi24 <Ikebukuro, 3:50 p.m.
Oubayashi, 24, is a TV personality who is rapidly gaining popularity for her natural Tsugaru dialect talk. She is now a sought-after guest on variety shows, and I saw her in Ikebukuro (Toshima Ward) one day in early October. As she walked to the parking lot after an event, she was wearing a black hat and a mask that completely protected her face. His white shirt, sneakers, and phone cover were all covered in apple-red, perhaps because of his love for his hometown of Aomori.
Olin was originally the leader of “Ringo Musume,” a local idol group in Aomori Prefecture, and this spring she moved to a Tokyo-based entertainment agency to pursue her solo career. O-Rin is a stage name taken from an apple variety, but she is still sometimes mistaken for a Chinese person (laughs).
(Laughs).” Even though he has become very busy, Olin has not moved to Tokyo, and has publicly stated that he commutes from Aomori to work. On this day, after the event, he stopped by a crepe store in Harajuku to take a selfie and enjoy ″Tokyo sightseeing″ to the fullest, and finally went back to his hotel. It seems that his “living in Aomori” is not a lie after all.
From the November 11, 2022 issue of FRIDAY
PHOTO： Ichiro Takatsuka, Kazuhiko Nakamura